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ACCH is developing an Aboriginal Strategy for a provincial framework for reaching and working with Aboriginal populations. Stakeholders and Aboriginal organizations such as Aboriginal Friendship centers were identified as key informants for the development of a Provincial Aboriginal Strategy for HIV/AIDS in Alberta. In order to ensure the development of the Strategy meets the needs of the Aboriginal people and communities, we are seeking your input through an anonymous online survey. The survey will take approximately 30 minutes to complete.
This Program aims at keeping people safe and minimizes death, disease and injury from high risk behavior. In line with this, ACCH distributes, need based harm Reduction Supplies to its members organizations. The supplies include female and male condoms, lubricants, dental dams, syringes, cookers, sharp containers, filters, alcohol swabs, sterile water, tourniquets, mouth pieces, additive citric acid, additive ascorbic acid, lip balms and screen. For more information contact us.
January 29, 2014
Canada opposes harm reduction policies for drug users
December 2, 2013
New guidelines aim to improve health of Canadian co-infected with HIV and Hepatitis
July 22, 2013
Best Practice Recommendations for Canadian Harm Reduction Programs that Provide Service to People Who Use Drugs and are at Risk for HIV, HCV, and Other Harms
May 10, 2013
HIV Transmission risks: A summary of the evidence by Public Health Agency of canada